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PingBills | Senate Bill 415, Rank Classification in the BFP and BJMP

“(The PNP, BFP and BJMP) share the common objectives towards maintaining peace and order, protect life, liberty and property, and promote the general welfare essential for the enjoyment by all the people of the blessings of democracy… This measure proposes the rank classification of both BFP and BJMP personnel similar to that of their PNP counterparts with the aim of attaining clarity of command and responsibility among the bureaus’ uniformed personnel, modernizing the same, and maintaining effective and efficient administration, supervision, and control.”

Related: Republic Act 11200: Rank Classification in the PNP

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PingBills | Senate Bill 312, Repealing the Minimum Height Requirement for Applicants to the PNP, BFP and BJMP

“The prejudice against height is counteractive for the benefit of the nation. Those willing to serve should be given the chance to prove whether they indeed possess the necessary physical prowess, intellect, drive and potential for the said positions.” (co-author with Senators Zubiri and Sotto)

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πŸ“° Pagbuwag sa drug trade sa NBP, hamon kay Bato – Lacson [Abante]

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From Abante:Β Malaking hamon kay outgoing Philippine National Police (PNP) chief Ronald “Bato” dela Rosa ang pagpapatigil sa kalakalan ng ilegal na droga sa loob ng New Bilibid Prisons (NBP), ayon kay Senador Panfilo β€œPing” Lacson.Β  Continue reading “πŸ“° Pagbuwag sa drug trade sa NBP, hamon kay Bato – Lacson [Abante]”

Lacson Bill Expands Special Assistance to Beneficiaries of Uniformed Personnel Killed or Wounded in Duty

Families or beneficiaries of police and military personnel, jail officers and firefighters killed or incapacitated in the line of duty may soon avail of special financial assistance from government, through a bill filed by Sen. Panfilo M. Lacson.

Lacson, who headed the Philippine National Police from 1999 to 2001, said his proposed measure defines the sources of funds for the benefits available to beneficiaries of the uniformed service personnel.

β€œIt is high time that we provide the much-needed boost to our police personnel by showing our concern amidst the challenging role they play in our present society. One way of showing our concern is by giving support to the educational benefits of qualified dependents of police personnel. Certainly, this will help alleviate the economic condition of our personnel. While we are quick to condemn the scalawags in uniform, we must also be fast to reward the deserving,” he said in Senate Bill 260.

Related:Β Ping: Tulong pa more sa mga kaanak ng mga pulis at bumbero na madidisgrasya sa duty Continue reading “Lacson Bill Expands Special Assistance to Beneficiaries of Uniformed Personnel Killed or Wounded in Duty”

Ping: Tulong Pa More sa mga Kaanak ng mga Pulis at Bumbero na Madidisgrasya sa Duty

Mas klarong tulong ang makakamit ng mga kamag-anak ng mga pulis, bumbero at jail guard na napapatay o napapahamak habang gumaganap sa tungkulin, sa panukalang batas na isinusulong ni Senador at dating Philippine National Police (PNP) Chief Panfilo Lacson.

Sa Senate Bill 260, ipinaliwanag ni Lacson na hindi matatawaran ang serbisyo ng mga matinong pulis kung kaya’t dapat lamang umanong mabenipisyuhan nang higit na maayos ang mga kaanak ng mga ito sakaling mamatay o maging imbalido habang tumutupad sa tungkulin.

β€œIt is high time that we provide the much-needed boost to our police personnel by showing our concern amidst the challenging role they play in our present society. One way of showing our concern is by giving support to the educational benefits of qualified dependents of police personnel,” paliwanag ni Lacson sa kanyang panukala.

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Lacson bill expands special assistance to beneficiaries of uniformed personnel killed or wounded in duty Continue reading “Ping: Tulong Pa More sa mga Kaanak ng mga Pulis at Bumbero na Madidisgrasya sa Duty”